Bonnie Jo Jameson went to be with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ on March 16th, 2022. Bonnie was born to Lloyd and Dorothy (Story) Lash, December 10th, 1946, in Berea, Ohio.
Bonnie grew up in Berea, Ohio graduating from Berea High School. She attended Cuyahoga Community College and the Cleveland Institute of Art where she received a bachelor's degree. She moved several times before settling in Phoenix, Arizona in 1985. There she worked at Farnam Supply as a distributor. In 1987, she relocated to Apache Junction, Arizona where she worked with the East Valley Newspaper. In 1994 she began a ranching business called Crosswind Ranch that she owned and operated where she bred and raised Quarter horses. She moved to Webbers Falls, Oklahoma in 2006 where she continued operating the Crosswind Ranch raising Arabians until 2013.
Bonnie was a therapeutic riding instructor and also was very involved with 4-H giving riding instructions. Bonnie loved to study her Bible, garden, and was hooked on Coca-Cola. She was known for rescuing animals of every kind.
Bonnie was preceded in death by her grandson, Brian Johnson, Jr. (BJ); and best friend for many years, Paul Deschbul. She is survived by her daughters, Jeanette Sicz of Warner, Oklahoma and grand-puppies, Peanut, Ted, June, and Sis, Christi Olson and husband Will of Warner; grandchildren, Kristina Jones and husband Ricky of Warner, Brittany Wacker of Warner, Shane Hyson and wife Amanda of Warner, Tristan, Lucas, and one grandchild soon to arrive; great grandchildren, Hayden, Rhilee, Brently, Royal, Brayden, Brody, Adilynne, Ellie and one great grandchild soon to arrive.
The family wants to express their sincere appreciation to the facility and staff of the Vian Nursing Home for the wonderful care Bonnie received there.
A family led memorial service will be held at 1:00 p.m., April 9th, 2022, at the Faith Church in Checotah, Oklahoma. She will be inurned at the Bennett Cemetery located in Warner. Condolences may be left on the website, www.hunnfuneralhome.com In lieu of flowers, those attending are asked to bring a bird feeder or anything with a Cardinal on it.